China blocks Taiwan’s participation in an annual UN health meeting.
A Chinese court has sentenced Sun Zhengcai, the former Communist Party boss of Chongqing, to life in prison for corruption.
Cambodia must move fast to make the most of the recent tax reform in the US.
Work begins on the expansion of N. Road 3, connecting Phnom Penh to the coast.
Several commentators call for “an independent Hawaii” and “independent Alaska”.
Bangladesh Power Development Board to set up a coal-based power plant.
Asean is at a critical juncture. Whether it progresses or withers largely depends on the capacity of Asean to envision its role in a fluid global geopolitical environment.
Despite the improving global economic outlook in 2018, the Asean+3 (10 members of Asean and China including Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea) region faces external risks.
The Foreign Affairs assures China that the 2018 national election will be free and fair.
Trump admin. to restrict Chinese companies to sell telecom. equipment in the US.
Top US and Chinese officials kick off crucial trade talks in Beijing.
China installs anti-ship cruise missiles on three of its outposts in the South China Sea.
India should follow China’s example and clean up the air in its cities, says WHO.
With the US and China squaring up over trade, getting the 16-country Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) signed by the end of the year seems increasingly important for the 10 member states of Asean.
Manufacturing activity remained relatively solid in major Asian economies such as China and Japan in April.
The first salvos in the budding US-China trade conflict struck old-school sectors like steel and agriculture.
Since his National Rescue Party was dissolved last year by the Cambodian government, CNRP’s former president Sam Rainsy has embarked on a worldwide campaign to build international pressure on Hun Sen’s government.
Cambodia will be the host of an upcoming high-level tourism forum that aims to strengthen cooperation with China.
Although tensions between China and the Southeast Asian claimants in the South China Sea have subsided significantly since mid-2016, the contested waters remain an arena of growing strategic competition between the US and China.
Fast-food giant McDonald’s reported higher first-quarter earnings.
Volkswagen AG is in talks to form a joint venture with China’s Didi Chuxing.
Shenzhen Aerospace is one of the country’s leading manufacturers of micro-satellites.
3 Chinese and a Cambodian woman are charged over the attempted human trafficking.
Japan’s Kento Momota shocks Olympic gold-medallist Chen Long to be crowned badminton’s Asian champion.
A Chinese official says that the Chinese government recognises the importance of the seaport in Preah Sihanouk.
Nanshan District in Shenzhen is now China’s richest ward that surpasses Hong Kong.
China confirms that it had put the “Guam killer” into a service.
Born in 1937, Adeline Yen Mah is the youngest child in her family. She was fortunate to be born in one of the most affluent families during the time when China’s cultural and political upheaval was evident.
Recent initiatives by China and India to gain influence in Southeast Asia, alongside radical departures from past precedent in US approaches to foreign policy, are pulling Asean members in disparate directions – much to the chagrin of current Asean chair Singapore, writes Ja Ian Chong.
Britain has announced a diplomatic expansion in the Pacific, with new posts to open in Samoa, Tonga, and the re-opening of the High Commission in Vanuatu.